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CARLETON UNIVERSITY 

101st Convocation, Spring 1994 



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1994 Spring Convocation 



Convocation at Carleton University 2 

Saturday, June 18, 10:00 a.m. 

Honorary degree recipient Wilbert J. Keon 6 

Order of Proceedings 7 

Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Science; Doctor of Philosophy 

from the School of Computer Science; Master of Science; 

Master of Computer Science; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of 

Computer Science 9 

Saturday, June 18, 2:00 p.m. 

Honorary degree recipient Douglas J. Cardinal 14 

Order of Proceedings 15 

Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Engineering; 

Master of Engineering; Bachelor of Engineering; Bachelor of 

Architecture; Bachelor of Industrial Design 17 

Medallists in the Graduating Class 23 



The Convocation ceremonies may be heard on FM-assisted Listening System, 
Channel #26. A limited number of receivers are available at each ceremony. 



Convocation at Carleton University 



The Convocation ceremony (the calling together of the academic assembly) 
has its roots in university traditions of medieval Europe. 

The Mace 

The mace is a staff symbolizing authority. In the days of knighthood, it was a 
weapon, but after the 16th century it became solely a symbol of authority 
carried by a distinguished member of an assembly. It is used on ceremonial 
occasions to signify the right of an individual or institution to perform a certain 
function — in the case of universities, to grant degrees. 

At Convocation, the mace is carried ahead of the Chancellor as he enters and 
leaves each ceremony. (Marshal of Convocation H.H.J. Nesbitt has performed 
this function for all but one of the University's Convocations.) During the 
ceremony the mace is displayed on a special stand as an embodiment of the 
authority of the University. 

Carleton's mace was presented to the University in 1976 as a gift from the 
Chairman of the Board of Governors at that time, Mr. Hyman Soloway. It is a 
silver-plated staff approximately three feet long. At the upper end there is a 
bowl marked with the University's coat of arms and the University motto in 
both Latin and English — "Opera Nobis Aeterna" and "Ours the Task Eternal." 
From the upper portion of the bowl rises a phoenix. Traditional oak leaves 
surround the lower end of the staff. 

Coat of Arms 

The coat of arms was presented to the University by His Excellency The Right 
Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn on November 15, 1992 as part of Carleton's 
50th anniversary celebrations. It is described in heraldic terms as follows: "Sable 
a maple leaf Gules irradiated and charged with an open book Argent; And for a 
Crest: on a wreath Argent Sable and Gules a Phoenix Gules quilled and beaked Or 
issuing from flames proper; And for a Motto: Ours the Task Eternal; And for 
Supporters: on a grassy mount on either side a raven Sable beaked and membered 
or armed Gules." 

The open book on the maple leaf signifies that Carleton University is in the nation's 
capital and that learning is open to all who wish to partake of it. The phoenix, the 
legendary eternal bird, symbolizes the renewing of learning from older founda- 
tions, in recognition of Henry Marshall Tory's role in the founding of the University 
when he was 82 years old. "Ours the Task Eternal" is taken from a Walt Whitman 
poem entitled "Pioneers" and ties in with the eternal quality of the phoenix. 

And so, the Carleton University coat of arms symbolizes sound learning, good 
citizenship, and the highest hopes of humanity. 

The Diploma 

The diploma the graduates receive at Convocation is the certificate of 
qualification which publishes the fact that the student has fulfilled all the 
requirements and completed the prescribed course of study for the degree. As 
the senior academic legislative body of the University, it is the Senate which has 
determined whether the requirements have been met. The signatures of both the 
Chancellor and the President of the University appear on the diploma: the 
Chancellor because of his role in conferring the degree, and the President who, 
as Chair of Senate, certifies that Senate has enacted the required motion to 
award the degree. The Seal of the University is affixed to the diploma as a mark 
of authentication. 



Academic Dress 

The academic dress of Carleton University results from a compromise between 
that found in the ancient foundations of Britain and Canada and the American 
Intercollegiate Code. All three hoods— bachelor's, master's, and doctor's — are 
of the simple or Oxford shape. The bachelor's hood is made of black stuff; the 
master's and doctor's are made of black silk and all are lined with silver silk 
with two chevrons, one of red and one of black. From bachelor's to doctor's, the 
hoods are progressively longer and opened to show more and more of the 
lining. 

The velvet border of the hoods denotes the degrees granted according to the 
following colour combinations: architecture is cerise; arts is white; commerce is 
camel brown; computer science is royal blue; engineering is orange; industrial 
design is dark cardinal; journalism is white with a black cord sewn slightly in 
from the lower border; management studies is camel brown with a black cord 
sewn slightly in from the lower border; music is Venetian pink; public 
administration is peacock blue; science is golden yellow; social work is cream; 
and doctor of philosophy is purple. 

The bachelor's gown, to be worn with the above hoods, is of full length, made of 
black stuff, with a gathered yolk behind, and long open-fronted sleeves. The 
master's gown is of full style, made of black silk or rayon, with a full gathered 
yolk behind, and closed sleeves with an opening at the elbows. The doctoral 
gown is of the same style as the master's, but made of fine royal blue cloth with 
facings of light blue silk. 

The two shades of blue in the doctoral gown are those of the United Nations, 
and are meant to recognize the University's long-standing interest, from its 
earliest years, in international affairs and issues. The colours were chosen when 
the University awarded its first honorary degree, in 1954, to the second 
Secretary General of the United Nations, the late Dag Hammarskjold. The 
tradition of awarding honorary degrees to Secretaries General of the United 
Nations has continued since that time. 

The gown of the honorary Doctor of Laws, Literature, Science, Engineering or 
Architecture is a full robe with bell-shaped sleeves. It is made of fine royal blue 
cloth with facings and sleeves in light blue silk. The hood is made of the same 
material as the gown, has the same lining as that for degrees by examination, 
and is bordered with dark mauve for the degree of Doctor of Laws; vibrant blue 
for the degree of Doctor of Literature; red for the degree of Doctor of Science; 
orange for the degree of Doctor of Engineering; and cerise for the degree of 
Doctor of Architecture. 

Alumni Park 

Weather permitting, today's Convocation ceremonies are being held outdoors in 
Alumni Park which was dedicated in 1992, at the initiative of the Carleton 
University Alumni Association, to commemorate the University's 50th 
anniversary. The newly constructed arbour under which the Chancellor, the 
President and Vice-( Chancellor, the ( hair of the hoard of C lovernors and the 
faculty are seated is a generous gift from the Association. It provides a 
permanent stage for Carleton's Convocation ceremonies and other events such 
as theatrical productions, concerts, and the like. Future plans for the Park 
include an enhancement of the existing fountain area with the construction of a 
plaza and landscaping to open views to the Rideau River. 



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the Presiding Officer of Convocation is the Chancellor of the University, 
Arthur Kroeger, O.C., M.A., LL.D. 

Accompanying him on the podium are Maureen O'Neil, B.A., Chair of the 
Board of Governors, and Robin H. Farquhar, M.A., Ph.D., F.C.C.E.A., 
President and Vice-Chancellor. 



Assisting the Chancellor are: 

Herbert H.J. Nesbitt, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., D.Sc, F.L.S., F.E.S.C., F.Z.S. 
Professor Emeritus of Biology 
and Marshal of Convocation 

Michel Gaulin, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of French, Clerk of Senate, 
and Assistant Marshal of Convocation 

Janet D. Carson, M.A., M.L.S. 
Professional Librarian, 
University Library 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Peter R. Frise, M.Sc, Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Assistant Professor of Engineering 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Kevin Goheen, B.A.Sc, Ph.D., P.Eng. 
Associate Professor of Engineering 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Kenneth Hardy, M.Sc, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 
and Beadle of Convocation 

David T. Lau, B.Eng., M.S., Ph.D., P. Eng. 
Associate Professor of Engineering 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Ildi Munro, B.A., M.Sc. 
Instructor in Earth Sciences 
and Beadle of Convocation 

Also assisting at Convocation: 

Kenneth J. McGillivray, B.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Dean (Student and Academic Records) 
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research 
and Adjunct Professor of English 

Ruth Lifeso, B.Sc. 

Assistant Dean and Registrar 

Faculty of Science and School of Computer Science 



R.L. Fleming, B.A. 
Assistant Dean (Academic) 
Faculty of Engineering 

Carol Corkran 
Gwen Moodie 

Registrar's Office, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research 
Lisa Ralph 

Registrar's Office, Faculty of Science and School of Computer Science 

Marilyn Baird 
Pegge Clarke 
Marlene Groves 

Registrar's Office, Division of Engineering 

Anne-Marie Lepine 
Carolyn Richer, B.A. 
Nadine Scott, B.A. 
Norman Smithley 

Office of Admissions (Records and Registration Services) 

Pamela Mallon 

Juliet Kayanja 

Office of the President 

Joan Charron 

Nanci Jolicoeur 

Tambrae Knapp 

MaryAnne Pomainville 

Patrick O'Brien, B.A., D.P.A. 

Janet Weichel McKenzie, B.A. 

Cheryl Wrightsell 

Patricia Zorge, B.A./B.P.E. 

Public Relations and Information Services 

Cathy Pearen 
Senate Office 



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1 [onorary Degree Recipient 



Wilbert Joseph Keon, O.C., O.Ont., 
B.Sc, M.D., M.Sc, F.R.C.S. (C), 
F.A.C.S. 

Dr. Wilbert J. Keon, surgical innovator, 
teacher, and researcher, will be 
awarded the degree of Doctor of 
Science, honoris causa, at the morning 
ceremony on Saturday, June 18, "in 
recognition of a distinguished career in 
the practice of cardiothoracic surgery, 
the development of the Ottawa Heart 
Institute, and in research on coronary 
artery surgery and heart muscle 
mechanics." 

Wilbert Keon was born in the Ottawa 
Valley in Sheenboro, Quebec in 1935. 
He received his primary education 
locally and subsequently moved to 
Ottawa where he received a B.Sc. degree from St. Patrick's College and an M.D. 
from the University of Ottawa. He then continued his training at McGill, 
Toronto, and Harvard where he completed General Surgery, Cardiovascular 
Surgery, and research degrees in the cardiovascular field. 

In 1969 he returned to Ottawa from Boston to develop the University of Ottawa 
Heart Institute based at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. The Institute has become 
one of the world-leading academic and health care centres. Completion of the 
Institute has been his primary goal for the past 20 years. 

During the development of the Heart Institute, he has become renowned for his 
clinical expertise; developed an excellent teaching program for cardiovascular 
surgery which has placed graduates in centres worldwide; continued his re- 
search into circulatory-assist devices, parallel hearts, and cardiac transplanta- 
tion, and was the first Canadian surgeon to implant a total artificial heart as a 
bridge to transplant. He was also a pioneer of the now accepted treatment of 
emergency revascularization in acute heart attacks. His current research contin- 
ues into circulatory assist with a 15-member research team investigating the 
development of ventricular-assist devices including both animal and clinical 
trials. He and his team of physiologists have also perfected a human muscle 
mechanics model which has now become the basis for testing new drugs. 

Dr. Keon has sustained a leadership role in the surgical, academic, and scientific 
community throughout his career. He has held appointments and elected 
offices in 36 national and international professional associations and is Past- 
President of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society and past Vice-President of the 
Medical Research Council of Canada. He was Professor and Chair of the 
University of Ottawa's Department of Surgery for 15 years (1976-1991) and 
guided it to full fledged academic status. He has published extensively, having 
authored or co-authored 33 books and 140 papers. He has been invited abroad 
extensively as a lecturer and visiting professor. 

Dr. Keon has been honoured by his profession with numerous awards; by 
Carleton University as the recipient of the 1977 A.D. Dunton Outstanding 
Alumni Award; by his church as a Knight of St. Gregory the Great; by Pope 
John Paul II as an Officer of the Order of Malta; by his province with the Order 
of Ontario; by his country through appointment as an Officer of the Order of 
Canada and as a member of the Senate of Canada. 




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Saturday, 

June 18, 10:00 a.m. 



Order of Proceedings 

Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., M.A., LL.D., presiding. 

(The audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives, to 
remain standing until 'O Canada ' has been sung, and at the conclusion of the 
ceremony to remain until the Academic Procession lias left.) 



3 Processional Music 

John Robert Coghill Sr., CD. (bagpipes) 

John Robert Coghill Jr., CD., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 

Gavin Lemoine, CD., B.Sc. (snare drums) 

□ O Canada* 

(the audience is invited to sing) 

□ Welcome by the President and Vice-Chancellor 
Robin H. Farquhar, M.A., Ph.D., F.CCE.A. 

□ Conferring of Degrees by Examination 

Warrant 

Michel Gaulin, M.A., Ph.D. 
Clerk of Senate 

□ Introduction of the Medallists 
The Clerk of Senate 

□ Awarding of the Medals 
Leslie A. Copley, M.Sc, Ph.D. 
Vice-President (Academic) 

□ Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of Science, 
honoris causa, upon 

Wilbert J. Keon, O.C, O.Ont., B.Sc, M.D., M.Sc, F.R.CS.(C), F.A.C.S. 
(presented by Professor John A. Webb, B.Sc, Ph.D., F.R.E.S., Chair, 
Department of Biology) 

□ Convocation Address 
Wilbert J. Keon 

Recessional Music 



* see next page for words 



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O Canada 



O Canada! Our home and native land! 
True patriot love in all thy sons command. 
With glowing hearts we see thee rise, 
The True North strong and free! 
From far and wide, O Canada, 
We stand on guard for thee. 
God keep our land glorious and free! 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 



Recipients of Degrees Doctor of Philosophy 

(Presented by Professor J.W. ApSinwn, 
Associate Vice-President (Research) and Dean 
of Graduate Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Genevieve Bechard 

B.Sc. (Laval), M.Sc. (Quebec) 
Biology 

Microbiological Process for the 
Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage Using 
Cellulosic Substrates 
Supervisors: Drs. H. Yamazaki and 
W.D. Gould 

Hong-Yeoul Kim 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Kyung-Hee, Korea) 
Biology 

Determinants of the E. coli 
Polymerase I-independent and 
Polymerase I-dependent pathways of 
replication of an incompatability N 
group plasmid replicon 
Supervisor: Dr. V.N. Iyer 

* Jocelyn Martel 

B.Sc. (Sherbrooke), M.Sc. (Quebec) 
Biology 

The Effects of Road Stress on the 
Performance of Gall- Forming Insects 
and their Host-Plants 
Supervisor: Dr. H. Damman 

* Philip David Taylor 

B.E.S.,M.Sc. (Waterloo) 
Biology 

Responses of a Woodland Damselfly to 
Landscape Change 
Supervisor: Dr. H.G. Merriam 

* Xuelian Wang 

B.Sc. (Agricultural University of Central 
China), M.Sc. (Wuhan, China) 
Biology 

The Water Balance of Branch Roots of 
Corn Related to Their Structure 
Supervisors: Drs. M.R. McCully and 
M.J. Canny 

* Marcin Kolbuszewski 

B.Sc, M.Sc (Wroclaw, Poland) 
Chemistry 

Stability of the Ground and Fxcited 
States of Diatomic Neutral and Multiply 
Charged Molecules 
Supervisor: Dr. J.S. Wright 



* Marc Maurice Lamoureux 

B.Sc. (Ottawa) 
Chemistry 

Multi-Technique Strategy for Study of 
Some Mechanisms of Atom Formation 
and Dissipation in Electrothermal 
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy 
Supervisors: Drs. C.L. Chakrabarti and 
D.L. Gregoire 

Quentin Gall 

B.Sc. (Carleton), M.Sc. (Memorial) 
Earth Sciences 

Proterozoic Paleoweathering and 
Diagenesis, Thelon Basin, Northwest 
Territories, Canada 
Supervisor: Dr. J. A. Donaldson 

Antonio Simonerti 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (McGill) 
Earth Sciences 

Comparative Nd,Pb, and Sr Isotopic 
Study of Alkalic Complexes from East 
Africa and India: Implications for mantle 
source regions, melt dynamics and fluid 
processes 

Supervisor: Dr. K. Bell 

* Zhaomin Yin 

B.Sc. (Wuhan, China), M.Sc. (Institute of 
Geology, Beijing) 
Earth Sciences 

A Study of the Mechanics of Faulting 
and Earthquakes 
Supervisor: Dr. G. Ranalli 

* Mingyu Yu 

B.S. (Jimigxi, China), M.S. (Tianjin, China) 
Mathematics 

Nested Error Regression Models and 
Small Area Estimation Combining 
Cross-Sectional and Time Series Data 
Supervisor: Dr. J.N.K. Rao 

* Denis Joseph Dumas 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Physics 

Measurement of the Average B 
1 ladron Lifetime in Z° Decays 
Supervisor: Professor P. Estabrooks 

* Dennis P. Heller 

B.Sc (Waterloo), M.Sc (Manitoba) 
Physics 

Radiobiological Aspects of Cellular 
Recovery Following High and Low 
Dose-Rate Irradiation with/without 
Mild I lyperthermia in a I luman 
Glioma Cell Model 
Supervisor: Dr. P. Raaphorst 

* Dwight Lome Deugo 

B.C.S.,M.C.S. (Carleton) 
Computer Science 
Computational Evolutionary 
Epistemology 

Supervisor: Prof. F. Oppacher 



Master of Science 

(Presevteii by Professor /.IV. ApSimon, 
Associate Vice-President (Research) and Dean 
of Graduate Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
arc awarded bv Senate in February and in 
lime. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Malcolm lohn Robb 

B.Sc. (Corlelon) 
biology 

I he isolation and characterization of the 
dene ro-4 that is responsible for a 
morphological mutation in Neurospora 
crassa 

Michelle Watt 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Biology 

An experimental study of the formation 
and stabilization of plant rhizosheaths 

Marc Lafontaine 

B.Sc. (Sherbrooke) 
Chemistry 

Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Priority' 
Pollutants from Soil Matrices 

Tanya Lynn MacPherson 

B.Sc. (Saskatchewan) 
Chemistry 

The Flourine Substituent Effect on the 
Hydroxylation of Nonane by 
Pseudomonas oleovorans 

Mark S. Elver 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Earth Sciences 

The Stratigraphic and Stable Isotopic 
Characteristics of an Arctic Icing Bvlot 
Island, N.W.T. 

Shirley J. McCuaig 

B.Sc. (Concordia) 
Earth Sciences 

Glacial Chronology of the South Bylot 
and Salmon River Lowlands, N.W.T., 
Using Erratic Dispersal Patterns, 
Cosmogenic Dating, Radiocarbon Dating 
and Lichenometry 

Katherine Elizabeth Venance 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Earth Sciences 

Low Pressure Metamorphism of the 
Torp Lake Area, Northern Hood River 
Belt, Slave Structural Province 

Barbara-Ellen Forbes 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 

Information and Systems Science 
Two-Stage Designs for Binary 
Respoase Data 



* Chang Gang Zhang 

B.Sc, M.Sc. (Liaoning, China), Ph.D. (Ottawa) 
Information and Systems Science 
Traffic 1 Kindling C apability Study of a 
Broadband Indoor Wireless System 
Using CDMA Multiple Access 

* Ian Bercovitz 

B.Sc. (British Columbia) 
Mathematics 

* Sandrine Dudoit 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Mathematics 

* Michael Robert Fox 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Mathematics 

Random Alternative Routing 

Mohamed Ali Hemmi 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Mathematics 

Series Solutions of Nonlinear Ordinary 
Differentia] Equations 

* James Hugh MacMillan 

B.Sc. (Queen's), M.Sc. (McMaster) 
Mathematics 

* Jack Clare Singleton 

B.A., M.A. (Western Ontario) 
Mathematics 

Monique M. Andrews 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Specialization in Neuroscience 
An Analysis of the Potential 
Pharmacotherapeutic Efficacy of 
Amperozide in an Animal Model of 
Cocaine Addiction 

* Rachel Dickson 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Specialization in Neuroscience 
Stressor Provoked Alterations 
in Locomotor Activity, Exploration and 
Self-Stimulation from the Ventral 
Tegmental Area Following 
Intraventricular Administration of 
U50,488 in the Mouse 

Gary John Vickers 

B.A. (Carleton) 
Psychology 

Specialization in Neuroscience 
The Effects of Chlordiazepoxide and 
R015-4513 on Cocaine 
Self- Administration 



Master of Computer Science 

(Presented by Professor /. W. ApSinion, 
Associate Vice-President (Research) and Dean 
of Graduate Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Francis Bordeleau 

B.Sc. (Montreal), B.Sc.A. (Quebec) 
Visual Descriptions, 
Formalisms and the Design Process 

* Jiajun Ren 

B.Sc. (Fudan, China) 

Geometric Characterization of 

Fault Patterns in Linear Systolic Arrays 

* Muralitharan Thiyagarajah 

B.Eng. (Concordia) 

Permutational Powers of 
Priority Queues 

J. D'Arcy Walsh 

B.C.S. (Carleton), B.A. (Queen's) 

Yun Wang 

B.S. (Beijing Computer Institute, China) 
Interaction Diagram Generator 
A Tool for Visualizing Use Cases in 
Smalltalk 

Quanhu Xue 

B.Sc. (Shanxi Teacher's University, China), 
M.Sc. (Carleton) 

Reconfiguration of Chordal 

Ring Networks 

Bachelor of Science 
(with Honours) 

Presented by Professor D.R. Gardner, 
Dean of the Faculty of Science, assisted by 
representatives of Departments) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



BIOCHEMISTRY 

Ronald A. Booth 

with Honours 

Anna-Maria Cunningham 

High Honours 

Sophie Douville 

High Honours 

BIOLOGY 

Christine Marion Armour 

Highest Honours 
Julie L. Cressman 

with Honours 



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Sheryl Patricia Godkin 

Highest Honours 

Suman Khulbe 

High Honours 

Matt Laale 

with Honours 

Christopher MacMillan 

with Honours 

Genevieve Lee Martin 

with Honours 

Angela Malia Muir 

High Honours 

Caroline Rutter 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
High Honours 

Andrew Bertrand Tilton Smith 

with Honours 

Geoffrey Erik Turner 

High Honours 

CHEMISTRY 

Daniel L. J. Bonneau 

with Honours 

Meredith Susan Curren 

High Honours 

Ania Maria Fafara 

with Honours 

Rhonda Carolyn Hicks 
with Honours 

Wai Fai Lee 

with Honours 

Daniel J. J. McKay 

with Honours 

Maia Moaddel 

Highest Honours 

Ruin Moaddel 

with Honours 

Perry Peter Paul Morin 

with Honours 

Lisa Laurinda Plante 

with Honours 

Craig Robert Thomas 

with Honours 

Christopher Andrew White 

with Honours 

Karen Leslie Williams 

with Honours 

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 

* Debbie Beck 

with Honours 

Heather Michelle Bryson 

Highest Honours 

Susan Elizabeth Carbyn 
with Honours 

Stephen Bennett Chapman 

High Honours 



Pamela Gray 

with Honours 

Rocky Menzella 

High Honours 

Ian Anthony Nalder 

Highest Honours 

Diana Lee Ozarko 

High Honours 

Gillian Maria Porter 

High Honours 

GEOGRAPHY 

Paul A. Stacey 

with Honours 

GEOLOGY 

Tonya Leigh Dooley 

with Honours 

Jason King Dunning 

with Honours 

Kellie Ann Emon 

B. Env. Studies ( Wa terloo ) 
with Honours 

David Stuart Greenham 

with Honours 

Mark David Smith 

with Honours 

COMPUTER MATHEMATICS 

David Michael Craig 

with Honours 

MATHEMATICS 

Caroline Ann Farmer 

High Honours 

* Jonathan Fitzsimon 

with Honours 

Mark J. Lafreniere 

with Honours 

* Angus MacArthur 

High Honours 

Juliet Eileen O'Manique 

with Honours 

OPERATIONS RESEARCH 

Wai Pan Leung 

High Honours 

STATISTICS 

Lynn Marie Kondo 

B.A., (Montreal) 
1 lightest 1 lonours 

PHYSICS 

Jason Allen Bass 
with 1 lonours 

Ian Andrew Gerald MacDonald 

I ligh 1 lonours 



Philip Weetman 

with Honours 

Beverly Werstiuk 

with Honours 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Christopher Gerald Engeland 

High Honours 

Tania T. Thompson 

with Honours 

Matthew MacLaren Young 

High Honours 

INTEGRATED SCIENCE STUDIES 

Isolde Dunphy 

High Honours 

* Rebecca Lloyd 

with Honours 

Nicole Ann Manzie 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
with Honours 

Kathleen Helen Pritchard 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
High Honours 

Natalia Rybczynski 

Highest Honours 

BIOCHEMISTRY AND 
BIOTECHNOLOGY 

Edward Ross Broadhurst 

with Honours 

Errol Camlioglu 

High Honours 

Avni Radia 

High Honours 

BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 

Harkakan Bains 

with Honours 

Jan Melissa Dorrell 

High Honours 

BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY 

Rachael Dulcie Cardinal 

1 ligh I lonours 

BIOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY 

Christine A. Morgan 

1 Iighest I lonours 

BIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY 

Golozar Afshari 
witli I lonours 

Kirsten Anne Major 

with Honours 

Monika Nonie Milek 
with I lonours 



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i.i ih.u \rm \\n c.i 01 oc;^ 

Andrea Caroline Dorval 

with Honours 

Deborah Anne Kli/a 

with Honours 

\l VTHEMATICS AND PHYSICS 

Da\ ill Sebastian Burggraf 

Highest Honours 

V\l\ SICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE 

* I'ak kwong Wong 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
with Honours 

Bachelor of Science 

I Presented ly Professor D.R. Gardner, 
Dean of the Faculty of Science, assisted by 
ny resent at iivs of Dqmrtntents) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
I une. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



BIOCHEMISTRY 

* Dav id N. Ghadban 

Biochemistry 

Demetria Tsoutouras 

Biochemistry 

BIOLOGY 

T. David Anstey 

Biology 

Miriam Eapen 

Biology 

Ana Maria Farmakis Velderman 

B.A. (Queen's) 
Biology 

* Catherine Jean Hoiles 

Biology 

Patricia Leigh Hurd 

Biology 

* Darryl Craig Hussey 

Biology 

Karen Margaret Mayer 

Biology 

Christopher John Powers 

Biology 

* Paul Andrew Swanson 

Biology 

Terri Vaillancourt 

Biology 

Nadia Valioghli 

Biology 

Amanda L. van't Slot 

Biology 

Beate Ziemann 

Biology 

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CHEMISTRY 

Patrick Olumide Cole 

Chemistry 

Kathy Marie Gaider 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Chemistry 

Mari Kono 

Chemistry 
with distinction 

Karen Wing Yun Poon 

Chemistry 

Hidat Tesfaledet 

Chemistry 

GEOLOGY 

Sergio Alejandro Alvarado 

Geology 

George Clarence Bragg 

Geology 

Steven Taylor Hill 

Geology 

Michael Aaron Nevills 

Geology 

Mark A. Vermeer 

Geology 

COMPUTER MATHEMATICS 

* Maryam Amirazizi 

Computer Mathematics 

Chi Kit Gary Cheung 

Computer Mathematics 

* Sin-Him Kevin Chiu 

Computer Mathematics 

Trevett Bradin Chusing 

Computer Mathematics 

N. Huu Dinh 

Computer Mathematics 

Yu Kay Stephen Fung 

Computer Mathematics 

Pui Hong Patrick Hung 

Computer Mathematics 

Chi Ho Danny Ip 

Computer Mathematics 
with distinction 

Si Wa Alex Kwan 

Computer Mathematics 

* Kwok Man Lau 

Computer Mathematics 

Brent Yung Lin 

Computer Mathematics 

David A. H. Long 

Computer Mathematics 

* Lakhshana Malik 

Computer Mathematics 

Bao Quyen Nguyen 

Computer Mathematics 



Adel Zahabi 

Computer Mathematics 

* Anton L. Zitzelsberger 

Computer Mathematics 

MATHEMATICS 

Jason D. Lees 

Mathematics 

Angelina McCormick 

Mathematics 

* Andrew D. Miles 

Mathematics 

Janice Lynd Smith 

Mathematics 

* Ian George Tillstone-Rogers 

Mathematics 

Tom Peter George Whiteside 

Mathematics 

STATISTICS 

Patrick Coxall 

Statistics 

* Saratha Suriyakumar 

Statistics 

Lay Yeem Teoh 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Statistics 
with distinction 

PHYSICS 

Sebastien Dovan 

Physics 

Sandy Owega 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
Physics 

INTEGRATED SCIENCE STUDIES 

Mark Alden Armstrong 

Integrated Science Studies 

Laura Jo Ann Ewashko 

Integrated Science Studies 

* Kelly Anne MacLaren 

Integrated Science Studies 

Ann-Marie Stewart 

Integrated Science Studies 

Scott Joseph Warren 

Integrated Science Studies 



Bachelor of Computer Science 
(with Honours) 

(Presented by Professor J.R. Pugh, 
Director of the School of Computer Science) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Chulaka Saharsha Ailapperuma 

Highest Honours 

Sheir Rahman Ali 

with Honours 

Mark Allan Bartel 

with Honours 

* Bob Babak Besharat 

with Honours 

Rabie Bikdash 

with Honours 

* Jeff E. Brinskelle 

with Honours 

Stephen Leslie Brown 

B.A. (Waterloo) 
High Honours 

Rabih Georges Chacra 

High Honours 

Man Lik Chan 

with Honours 

Sammy Siu Pui Chan 

High Honours 

Ka Wai Cheng 

with Honours 

Andrew Bergeron Cornwall 

High Honours 

Tod David Creasey 

Highest Honours 

Robert Earl Davison 

with Honours 

Jeffery Ian Stuart Golden 

with Honours 

Joey Imre Wilhelm Grimm 

with Honours 

Axel Hagel 

High Honours 

Ting Ting Huang 

with Honours 

Charles Chak-fai Hui 

B.Com. (Carleton) 
with Honours 

Lily Wai Li Hui 

with Honours 

Yin On Hui 

High Honours 

Jonathan Hylands 

with Honours 



* Laurie Darlene Ireland Smith 

High Honours 

Min Jing 

B. of Math (Beijing Normal Univ.) 
Highest Honours 

* Graeme Douglas Johnson 

Highest Honours 

George Jost 

B.Sc. (Carleton) 
High Honours 

* Christopher Steven Ross King 

Highest Honours 

Ho Yin Frankie Kwok 

Highest Honours 

* Li-Shien Lee 

with Honours 

Wilson Chi Ho Lee 

with Honours 

* Addy Leung 

High Honours 

Kwok Cheong Michael Lo 

High Honours 

* Andrew Russell Low 

Highest Honours 

Ching Lui 

High Honours 

* Alexander Ian MacPherson 

with Honours 

* Juliette Matsushita 

B.Comm. (Carleton) 
High Honours 

James Steven Phillips 

with Honours 

Ching Man Pong 

High Honours 

Nashib Qadri 

Highest Honours 

* Robert William Roy 

High Honours 

David Isaac Roytenberg 

Highest Honours 

S. K. Peter Shum 

with Honours 

Ken Stewart 

Highest Honours 

Nancy Anne Stonelake 

B.Comm. (McMaster) 

i lighest 1 lonours 
Robert Eugene Telka 

with I lonours 

Khine Z. Thinn 

with Honours 

Sai Kit Ting 

Highest Honours 

Richard Michel Wirthlin 

with \ lonours 



Wai Man Raymond Wong 

High Honours 

Brian Stephen Young 

B. Sc. (McMaster) 
with Honours 



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Honoran Degree Recipient Douglas J. Cardinal, O.C., B.Arch., 

O.A.A., A.A.A., R.C.A., F.R.A.l.C, 
LL.D. 

Renowned architect Douglas J. Cardi- 
nal will be awarded the degree of 
Doctor of Architecture, honoris causa, at 
the afternoon ceremony on Saturday, 
June 18, "in recognition of a distin- 
guished contribution to the profession 
of architecture which has exemplified 
excellence in design combined with an 
ongoing concern for enhancing hu- 
manness as a feature of the built 
environment." 

Douglas Cardinal graduated from the 
University of Texas in 1963 with a 
Bachelor of Architecture (with Hon- 
ours). He formed his practice, Douglas 
J. Cardinal Architect, in 1964 and incorporated the business in 1976. Some 
examples of his work include the design of the National Museum of the Ameri- 
can Indian in Washington, D.C. (1993); the Canadian Museum of Civilization in 
Hull, Quebec (1989); the St. Albert Civic and Cultural Centre, St. Albert, Alberta 
(1984), St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Red Deer, Alberta (1967), and nu- 
merous elementary and secondary schools throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, 
and the Northwest Territories. 

Mr. Cardinal has been the recipient of numerous awards throughout his distin- 
guished career, including: the Great Canadian Award (1992); the 1992 Canada 
Council Molson Prize for the Arts; and the National Arts Award from the Banff 
Centre in Banff, Alberta. 

In 1974, he was admitted to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Mr. Cardinal 
was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 1983. He 
was nominated as Canada's "Living Treasure" for the 1990 New Zealand 
Sesquicentennial Year Celebrations. 

Mr. Cardinal has received two honorary Doctor of Laws degrees - from the 
University of Calgary in 1989 and from the University of Windsor in 1992. In 
1990, he was awarded the Order of Canada. Mr. Cardinal is a frequent speaker 
at conferences and symposia and is one of North America's authorities on 
computer-aided drafting systems in architecture. 




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Saturday, Order of Proceedings 

June 18, 2:00 p.m. 



Chancellor Arthur Kroeger, O.C., M.A., LL.D., presiding. 

(The audience is requested to stand when the Academic Procession arrives, to 
remain standing until 'O Canada ' has been sung, and at the conclusion of the 
ceremony to remain until the Academic Procession has left.) 



^ Processional Music 

John Robert Coghill Sr., CD. (bagpipes) 

John Robert Coghill Jr., CD., B.Mus. (bagpipes) 

Gavin Lemoine, CD., B.Sc. (snare drums) 

f O Canada* 

(the audience is invited to sing) 

□ Welcome by the President and Vice-Chancellor 
Robin H. Farquhar, M.A., Ph.D., F.C.CE.A. 

^ Conferring of Degrees by Examination 

Warrant 

Michel Gaulin, M.A., Ph.D. 
Clerk of Senate 

□ Introduction of the Medallists 
The Clerk of Senate 

□ Awarding of the Medals 
Leslie A. Copley, M.Sc, Ph.D. 
Vice-President (Academic) 

□ Conferring of the Degree of Doctor of Architecture, 
honoris causa, upon 

Douglas J. Cardinal, O.C, B.Arch., O.A.A., A.A.A., R.C.A., F.R.A.I.C, 
LL.D. 

(presented by Associate Professor J. Benjamin Gianni, B.A., M.Arch., 
Director of the School of Architecture) 

□ Convocation Address 
Douglas J. Cardinal 

□ Recessional Music 



* see next page for words 



O Canada 



O Canada! Our home and native land! 
True patriot love in all thy sons command. 
With glowing hearts we see thee rise, 
The True North strong and free! 
From far and wide, O Canada, 
We stand on guard for thee. 
God keep our land glorious and free! 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 



Recipients of Degrees Doctor of Philosophy 

(Presented by Professor J. W. ApSimon, 
Associate Vice-President (Research) and Dean 
of Graduate Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



* Majeed Abdulrahman 

B.A.Sc. (Ottawa), M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
DFE for Interference and Multipath 
Suppression in a CDMA System 
Supervisors: Profs. A. Sheikh and 
D. Falconer 

Norman Wai Keung Lo 

B.A.Sc. (British Columbia), M.Eng. (Carleton) 
Electrical Engineering 
Adaptive Equalization for a Multipath 
Fading Channel in the Presence of 
Interference 

Supervisors: Profs. D. Falconer and 
A. Sheikh 

* Bertrand Pelletier 

B.Sc. (Quebec, Rimouski), M.Sc. (Montreal) 
Electrical Engineering 
Unsupervised Learning From a 
Goal-Driven Agent 
Supervisors: Profs. B. Pagurek and 
S. Matwin 

Yong Hua Thia 

B.Sc. (Essex, U.K.), M.Sc. (Imperial College of 

Science, U.K.) 

Electrical Engineering 
Evaluation of Bypass Architecture for 
High-Speed Bulk Data Transfer Through 
Deeply Layered Protocol Stacks 
Supervisor: Prof. CM. Woodside 

Gabriel David Warshaw 

B.Sc. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), 

M.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 

Sampled-Data Robot Adaptive Control 

Supervisor: Prof. H.M. Schwartz 

Shubin Liu 

B.Eng. ( Wuhan, China), M.Eng. (Northeastern 
University, China) 

M ec ha n i ca 1 I • n g i n ee ri n g 

Boundary Element Analysis in 

Contact Fracture Mechanics 

Supervisor: Prof. C.L. Tan 



Master of Engineering 

(Presented by Professor ].W. ApSimon, 
Associate Vice-President (Research) and Dean 
of Graduate Studies) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



Michael William Paul Abbott 

B.Eng. (Memorial) 

Aerospace Engineering 

The Aerodynamic Effects of Roughness 

on the Performance of a Turbine Cascade 

Thomas Garry Fejes 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Aerospace Engineering 
An Ultra-Precision Digitizer 
for Inertial Systems 

Michael Scott Jeffries 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Aerospace Engineering 

The Commissioning and Enhancement 

of a Blow Down Wind Tunnel Facility 

James Henry Sykes 

B.A.Sc. (Toronto), B.Sc. (Dalhousie) 
Aerospace Engineering 
A Higher Order Panel Method 
for Linearized Unsteady Subsonic 
Aerodynamics 

Jeffrey Richard Verhiel 

B.A.Sc. (Toronto) 

Aerospace Engineering 
Prediction of the Effects of 
Spanwise Mixing for Turbines with 
Damaged Blades 

Christopher Edward Lyon 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
Civil Engineering 

* Efren Marquez 

B.Sc. (Feati, Philippines) 
Civil Engineering 

Mohammad-Reza Tayyaran 

B.Sc. (Isfahan, Iran) 
Civil Engineering 
Increasing Job Opportunities in a 
Sub-Region as a Potential for Reducing 
Air Pollution and Fuel Consumption 

* Robert Veizer 

B.A.Sc. (Waterloo) 
Civil Engineering 

Design of a Crumb Rubber Modified 
Asphalt Pav ement Using the Stone 
Mastic Asphalt Concept 



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Frederick Milton Williams 

Civil Engineering 

\ 1 Vsign Standards: Document Server 

* Svcd Aun Abbas 

BJSc. (Lahore, Pakistan) 
Electrical Engineering 
Miaocellular Mobile Radio Channel 
Simulation: A Geometrical Optics 
Approach 

* Marinette Annie Besson 

B.Eng. (Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) 
Electrical Engineering 
1 lot Carrier Induced Degradation in 
Surface pMOSFETs 

Daniel William Burke 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 
The Effects of Non-Ideal Filtering and 
Nonlinear Amplification on the BER 
Performance of a COFDM-Based 
Digital Audio Broadcasting System 

* Abdulhamid Mohamed Darrat 

BA.Sc. (Ottawa) 

Electrical Engineering 

Daniel Joseph Drolet 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 
A Hvbrid High-Tc Superconductor 
Filter/Low-Noise Amplifier 
Microwave Integrated Circuit 

Terrence Patrick Lawrence Kenny 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 

Components and Architectures for an 

Integrated Wideband FM Transceiver 

Parsya Roohi Larijani 

B.Sc. (Tehran, Iran) 

Electrical Engineering 
Radial Basis Function 
Equalizer for Mobile Channels 

* Tze-Wo Leung 

B.Sc. (Southampton) 
Electrical Engineering 
Voice Frame Reconstruction 
Methods for CELP Speech 
Coders 

Peilan Li 

B.Eng. (Shanghai, China) 
Electrical Engineering 
Simulation and Analysis of Sputter 
Deposition and Sputter Etching of Metal 
Thin Films for VSLI Metallization 

* Jingping Lin 

B.Eng. (North China Institute of Electrical 

Electrical Engineering 

Performance Analysis of Client-Server 

Systems with Multi-Threaded Clients 



Kimberley Anne MacDonald 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 

I Ligh Efficiency Power Amplifier for 

Personal Communicator 

Brendon Michael Manning 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Electrical Engineering 
Bandgap Narrowing in Heavily Doped 
Base Regions of Si /Si Ge x /Si 
Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors 

* Kevin Roy McKay 

B.Sc. (Nrw Brunswick) 
Electrical Engineering 
A Stacked Microstrip Antenna for 
Mobile Satellite Communication 

Guang Shi 

B.Eng. (Tsinghua, China) 
Electrical Engineering 
Inductive Learning in Network 
Fault Diagnosis 

Manop Thamsirianunt 

B.Eng. (King Mongkut's Institute of 
Technology, Thailand) 

Electrical Engineering 

The Design and Implementation 

of CMOS Components for a Gigahertz 

Frequency Synthesizer 

* Wai Leung Tung 

B.Eitg. (Memorial) 

Electrical Engineering 
A Technique for On-Chip 
Analog VLSI Circuit Testing 

* Hongxia Xia 

B.Eng. (Tsinghua, China) 
Electrical Engineering 
Transistor Placement Algorithm for 
Automatic Layout Synthesis of 
CMOS/BiCMOS Logic and 
Interface Circuits 

Haiyan Yuan 

B.Sc. (University of Electronics Science and 

Technology, China) 

Electrical Engineering 
Dynamic Behaviour of Acoustic 
Echo Cancellation 

* Lyle Frank Zary 

B.Eng. (Saskatchewan) 
Electrical Engineering 
Case Based Reasoning For 
Communication Network Fault 
Diagnosis 

Graeme Ferguson Eastaugh 

B.Sc. (Nottingham, England) 
Mechanical Engineering 
Multiple Site Fatigue Damage 
in Fuselage Skin Splices 

* David Norman Green 

BA.Sc. (Waterloo) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Guidance and Control of an 
Autonomous Planetary Rover 



* Mark Andrew Hendrycks 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Acoustic Spectrum Shaping by 
Impinging Gas Jets for Satellite Testing: 
A Parametric Experiment 

David Paul Isaacs 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Mechanical Engineering 

The Aerodynamics of Turbine Blades 

with Trailing Edge Damage 

Henry E. Vietinghoff 

B.Sc. (Queen's) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Compression- After-Impact Strength 
of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic 
Laminates 

* Kevin Vaughan Williams 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 

Mechanical Engineering 
Numerical Predictions of Strain 
Distributions in Sheet Metal Forming 
Operations 

Bachelor of Engineering 

(Presented by Professor M.J. Bibby, 

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, assisted by 

representatives of Departments) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



AEROSPACE 
David Abbott 

Nazih Almalki 

with high distinction 

Peter Mark Anderson 

Tara LeeAnne Arthur 

with high distinction 

Philip Belohlavek 
Jasmin Bertovic 

Douglas Findlay Beveridge 

with distinction 

Jason Russell Bright 

with distinction 

Brett Michael Brooking 

Matthew Robert Bullock 

with high distinction 

Nicola Colucci 

with distinction 

Michael Cooper 

with high distinction 

Gerard R. Cormier 
Trevor Crowe 
Enzo Diodati 



I- 



Sasan Eslami 

Arthur William Gubbels 

with distinction 

* Peter Josef Heilmann 
Shing Chi Ho 

Shaun Wallace Horning 

with liigh distinction 

Slawek Paul Jarosz 
Stephen Victor Karam 
Dawood A. Khan 
Cynthia Mae Krenosky 

Paul O. Laasanen 

with distinction 

Marc David Lennox 

with distinction 

Jayson Luiz 

Alan Michael Magar 

Sanjeev Malhotra 

with distinction 

Robert P. Mobilio 
Mehndi Hassan Naqvi 

Tracey Pearson 

B. Com. (Alberta) 

Steven Lloyd Quast 
Anthony James Robillard 
Paul Leonard Rocco 

Benjamin Schonfeld 

with high distinction 

Vlado Semiga 

with distinction 

David Allen Shirley 
Peter Sladic 

Siamak Tafazoli 

with distinction 

Sawsan Tawfik 
James Clark Thompson 
Vincent Tirabasso 
Karel Mark Tomecek 

* Alisa Anne Turk 

David Ross Waigh 

with distinction 

CIVIL 

Marc Jean Arsenault 

Concentration in Management 
with distinction 

Sean Stead Baptiste 

Wing Chung Chiu 

with distinction 

Denise Rose Deforge 

Brian Stanley Duffield 

B.Sc.(Dalhousie) 



Kenneth Gerald Gauthier 

Concentration in Management 

Gina Marlene Gill 
Christopher A. Gordon 
John Ikonomopoulos 

Katherine Anne Keegan 

with distinction 

Christopher Robert Kieswetter 

Concentration in Management 

* Derek John Kuhn 
Wendy Nicole Laycock 
Ellis D. Lindsay 

Andrew F. Mihelic 

Concentration in Management 

Michel L. Moorhouse 

* Kevin Nelson 
Elie Saab 

* Omar S. Sheikh 

Bonnie Jean Stewart 

with high distinction 

John David Stewart 

Brian J. Stickle 

with distinction 

Matthew Charles Strampel 

Concentration in Management 

Dominic Chun Ming Tang 
Christopher Charles Wright 

COMPUTER SYSTEMS 
Jamal Aboukarr 

Latif Ahmed 

with distinction 

Omar Alsaied 

with distinction 

Scott Newman Ashdown 

with high distinction 

Anthony Boffa 

Caleb James Dods 

with high distinction 

Ahmed El Gillani 

with distinction 

Chadi El Jechi 

Eric Feeley 

with high distinction 

Stephen Frederick Giguere 

* Brian Gerald Grossman 
Thomas Reardon Jones 

M. Ken Lew 

B.Eng. (Carleton) 
with high distinction 

Jason Lin 

Kam-Shing Liu 

Roy Fredrick Loeffler 



James Andrew Meyer 

Priya Narasimhan 

with high distinction 

Anthony A. A. Pighin 

with distinction 

Albert Frederich Reiche 
Hussein Said 

Jason Benjamin Spotswood 

with high distinction 

Somsay Sychaleun 

with high distinction 

Patrick Theodore Vandenberg 

Craig Douglas Wigglesworth 

with distinction 

Mag K. Wong 

with distinction 

Jeremy Paul Zaluski 

with distinction 

ELECTRICAL 

Christopher N. Ally 

with distinction 

Umang Bali 

with distinction 

John Edward Blaszynski 
Keith G. Castelino 

Theresa J. Chung 

with high distinction 

Christopher V. D'Costa 

Darren Dentremont 

with distinction 

Sebastien Do 

Thomas I. Fejes 

with high distinction 

Louis Frlan 

(<>;//; distinction 

Ravi Gopal 

David Wayne Horton 

with high distinct ion 

Neal Micajah Howes 

with distinction 

Shin-Wart Hung 
Gaby Khouri 
David Joseph Kind 
Philip Jared Lauzon 

Josee Marie I.eblond 

zvith high distinction 

James Gordon Mills 

Darryl Jeffrey Millson 

with high distinction 

Gabriel Ng 
Roberto Pau 

Christopher Andrzej Pawlowicz 



Shawn Christopher Pouliotte 

Abdullah Rahal 

with high distinction 

\\ ron Haydn Kajab 
kandiah-Murugesu Kavindran 

Steven D. Rosenberg 

with distinction 

Sandra Elizabeth Rotar 
* Selvendran Sangarapillai 
Michael L. Smart 
Thomas Anthony Szollossy 
Ke\ in Tarn 
Michael Trcciokas 

\. Somasunderam Vasanthakumaran 

Matthew David Vella 

Concentration in Management 
with high distinction 

Catherine Marie Vigneron 

with high distinction 

Scott A. White 

with high distinction 

Ming Chun Jimmy Wong 

Donald G. Young 

with distinction 

Michael Robert Yrenaya 

Sasha Zikic 

with distinction 

MECHANICAL 

Ahmad Adili 

Tarik Said Almalak 

Steven Ralph Lawrence Amond 

Brent A. Bailey 

Karen Jennifer Bell 

with distinction 

Jennifer Sofie Berg 
Marc Bouwhuis 
Jennifer Susan Boyd 

Jeffrey Stuart Cain 

with high distinction 

Marc Charbonneau 

Concentration in Computer-Integrated 
Manufacturing 

Christopher Sean Donnelly 

Tiago Emanuel Estrela 

Monika Sylvia Galius 

Neil Frederick Greene 

Maziar Hadjdai 

Stephen Ross Jacobsen 

Kim Ingrid Jones 

* Mark Lawrence Lacasse 

Gerald Shane Joseph Lafreniere 



Benoit Lalonde 

Concentration in Management 

Therese Maria McCoy 

Concentration in Computer-Integrated 
Manufacturing 

Sean William Moritz 

Concentration in Computer-Integrated 
Manufacturing 

Due Quynh Nguyen 

Christopher Steve Nowak 

Concentration in Management 

Robert J. Oliver 

G. G. Robins Parsons 

Murray K. Shultz 

with distinction 

Marc Lucien Sova 
Kam Shing Colin Tarn 
Raphael Gonzaga Tiangco 

Juan Carlos Ticas 

Concentration in Computer-Integrated 
Manufacturing 

Christopher Victor Travis 

Jim Triantafillou 

with distinction 

John Scott Vasudev 
Perfecto Velez Macho 
Szymon Wlodarski 

Bachelor of Architecture 

(Presented by Associate Professor ]. Benjamin 
Gianni, Director of the School of Architecture) 

Degrees conferred at Spring Convocation 
are awarded by Senate in February and in 
June. Degrees awarded in February are 
denoted by an asterisk (*). 



David Lloyd Anderson 

with distinction 

Marc Baumgartner 

with distinction 

Donna A. Bennett 

with distinction 

Daniel Roger Bisnaire 
Carolyn Ellen Bouffard 
David Graham Brooks 
* Marion Tamara Bruce 

David Stanislas Edward Bucovy 

with high distinction 

Jason Chang 

with distinction 

Wan-Chi Chang 

Thomas Y. Choe 

with distinction 



Sue-Anne Chong 

with distinction 

Franco Colalillo 

Curtis Drul 

B.E.S. (Manitoba) 

Heather E. Dubbeldam 

with distinction 

Robert John Forest 

Peter Norman Gabor 

with distinction 

Robert Ian Gowing 

with high distinction 

Jayson Donald Halladay 
Gawain Ming Cheung Ho 
Esther Ree Yung Hong 
Catherine Leslie Ircha 
Sylvia Joanna Jacobs 
Heather Lynne Kilday 

Simon Yoo-Hyun Kim 

with distinction 

Nelson Lai 

Josee Lucie Lapointe 

Edmund Lee 

with distinction 

Dany Levasseur 

Danny Yok Lew 

with high distinction 

Rosita MacMillan 

with high distinction 

Dominique Morazain 

with high distinction 

Carole D. Nadeau 

Sammy Nelson 

with distinction 

Kevin Hai-Tung Nguyen 

Christopher Pemberton 

B.A. (Carleton) 

with high distinction 

Jean-Francois Prost 

B.A. (Quebec) 
with distinction 

* Peter James Rankin 
Steven Russell Reynolds 
Danica Robertson 

Darren Kenneth Sanger-Smith 

Grzegorz Stanislaw Tesch 

with distinction 

* Grant van der Slagt 

with distinction 

Christopher Robert Vincelli 

B.A. (Concordia) 

Brent Christopher Whiteley 

with high distinction 



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Christopher Dwayne Willie 

A. Matthew Wong 

Constance Amber Wright 

with distinction 

Innes Richard Yates 

with high distinction 

Orang Yazdani 

with distinction 

James Jeffrey Youck 

B. A. (Saskatchewan) 

with distinction 

Genevieve Kirsten L. Zander 

Jan John Zastera 

with distinction 

Bachelor of Industrial Design 

(Presented by Assistant Professor 
Martien de Leeuw, Acting Director of the 
School of Industrial Design) 

Awarded at the 

June Meeting of Senate 



Matthew Jerome Amend 

with distinction 

David Creaghan 

with distinction 

Scott Paul Emery 

with high distinction 

Vivian Fong 

with distinction 

Blair Griezic 
Michael Hutchison 

Paul Fredrick Kxiiger 

with distinction 

Mathieu Lesage 

with distinction 

Laetitia Levy 

with distinction 

Andrew Tien-man Ng 

with high distinction 

Rodrigo Peralta 

with distinction 

Dylan P. Rogers 

Miriam Laura Smith 

with high distinction 

Kathryn Joan Spiller 

B.Sc. (McMaster) 
with high distinction 

John Edwin Sweetman 

with high distinction 

George Tsaklidis 

with high distinction 

Robert D. Watters 

with liigh distinction 



1 he following degrees and certificate 
were approved bv Senate after 
publication of the 1993 Fall 
Co n v oca t i o n p rog r a m . 



Bachelor of Arts 
(with Honours) 

Sara Rebecca Watts 

1 lighest Honours in English 

Bachelor of Arts 

Hing Lun William Au 
Cynthia Alexandra Bennett 
Lyne Claude Bourque 
Karen Jodoin 
Sek-Wai Mok 
Bachelor of Science 

Omar Brian Mohamdee 

Certificate in Law Enforcement 
Studies 

James Christian Rowland Hall 



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The Governor General's Medal-Bachelor's Level 

Awarded annually to the student standing at the head of the graduating class at the 
bachelor's level. 

Donor: His Excellency the Governor General of Canada 

Priya Mathur 

Honours Economics 

The Chancellor's Medal 

Awarded annually in the name of the Chancellor of the University to a graduating 
student of outstanding academic achievement. 

Ian Anthony Nalder 

Honours Environmental Science 

The President's Medal 

Awarded annually in the name of the President of the University to the student with 
the highest standing in a pass program of studies. 

Marion Armstrong 

French 

University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work-Ph.D. Level 

Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the doctoral level. 

Denis Joseph Dumas 

Physics 

University Medal for Outstanding Graduate Work-Master's Level 

Awarded, when merited, for outstanding graduate work at the master's level. 

Marinette Annie Besson 

Electrical Engineering 

University Medals (Undergraduate) 

Awarded annually, when merited, to the graduating students standing highest in 
interfaculty studies, arts, social sciences, science, engineering, architecture, 
commerce, computer science, industrial design, journalism, music, public 
administration, and social work. 

University Medal in Interfaculty Studies 
Natalia Rybczynski 

Honours Integrated Science Studies 

University Medal in Arts 
Matthew Justin Lauzon 

Honours History and Philosophy 

University Medal in Social Sciences 
Ian Hurd 

Honours Political Science 

University Medal in Science 
Lynn Marie Kondo 

Honours Statistics 

University Medal in Engineering 
Shaun Wallace Horning 

Ac ros pace Eng i nceering 

Lieutenant Governor's Medal in Architecture 

Awarded annually, when merited, to the student standing at the head of the 
graduating class in architecture 

Dominique Morazain 



University Medal in Architecture 
David Stanislas Edward Bucovy 

University Medal in Commerce 
Robert J. Hargadon 

University Medal in Computer Science 
Graeme Douglas Johnson 

University Medal in Journalism 
Giovanna Panzera 

Honours Journalism and Political Science 

University Medal in Public Administration 
Tamara Leigh Perrin 

Senate Medals 

Awarded, when merited, to graduating students of outstanding academic 
achievement. 

Doctoral Level 

Sara Zena MacDonald Burke 

History 

Yong Hua Thia 

Electrical Engineering 

Mingyu Yu 

Mathematics 

Master's Level 
Sandrine Dudoit 

Mathematics 

James Henry Sykes 

Aerospace Engineering 

Kok Chor Tan 

Philosophy 

Nancy Jane Corbett 

Managejnent Studies 

Undergraduate Level 
Tara LeeAnne Arthur 

Aerospace Engineering 

Brent Gilchrist 

Honours Political Science 

Michael Cooper 

Aerospace Engineering 

Elizabeth Ellen Tripp 

Linguistics 

Derek Chi Sang Wong 

Economics 

Liam Douglas Meighen Scott 

Honours Political Science 

Katherine Lyn Zappala 

English and Music 

Paul Edward Bellefleur 



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Commerce 

Lisa Susan Richards 

Honours English 

Jeffrey Stuart Cain 

Mechanical En gin eeri i ig 

Catherine Marie Vigneron 

Electrical Engineering 

Darryl Jeffrey Millson 

Electrical Engineering 

Matthew Robert Bullock 

Aerospace Engineering 

Lay Yeem Teoh 

Statistics 

Somsay Sychaleun 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Bernhard Vogel 

Commerce 

Anne-Marie Stewart 

Integrated Science Studies 

Tricia Diduch 

Honours French 

Eric Anton Langenbacher 

German and Political Science 

Sue MacNeil 

Honours Directed Interdisciplinary Studies 

Sydney Margaret Hill 

Honours English and French 

David Wayne Horton 

Electrical Engineering 

Tanis Bestland 

Honours Political Science 

Samantha Shortt 

Sociology/ Anthropology and Women's Studies 

Scott Newman Ashdown 

Computer Systems Engineering 

Tyler Dean 

Honours Law and Sociology/ Anthropology 
Concentration in Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Michael Kiernan Carroll 

History and Political Science 

Henry Marshall Tory Award 

Presented annually to an outstanding graduating student who has combined 
degree of academic application with a broad participation in extracurricular 
activities. 

Raymond A. Sullivan 

Biology